Is it acceptable to feed children when feeding the poor as an act of expiation (kafaarah)?
He has money that he put into a business partnership with his brother, and he has some savings; how should he pay zakaah on his wealth?
He has a sickness that makes him unable to remember the number of rak‘ahs and prostrations; should he do the prostration of forgetfulness?
Can a poor child be given food that is given as an act of expiation (kafaarah)? Does the value of the food given as expiation matter, if the person is in a rich country and gives the expiation in a poor country?
Is it permissible for a Muslim man to give accommodation to a man who is a stranger or to host him in the marital home?
Ruling on students standing up for the teacher
Ruling on potlucks (get-togethers for a meal where each person brings something with him or her)
When a person enters upon other people, does he greet the oldest first or the youngest?
Ruling on standing up for who comes in, and kissing him
Ruling on standing up to welcome a newcomer